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it was on a plane. >>alisyn: that's better? >>steve: eric bolling in for brian who is on vacation. ali is in for gretchen. >>alisyn: what have you done with your staff? >>steve: they are on vacation. >>alisyn: a lot of news. there are brand-new concerns about killer whales that freed themselves from the ice in quebec. no one has seen them since. we watched that video of a family of 12 whales struggling to breathe out of a hole the size of a pickup truck. then the wind shifted and the water opened up -- the ice opened up and the grandmother whale, we're told, led them all to safety. but now aerial crews sent to track them cannot find the whales. killer whales can swim a mile before needing air. that is about 20 minutes. we'll keep an eye on this story and bring developments as soon as we get them. >>> there is enough evidence, we're told, to put the accused dark knight shooter on trial. he is expected to be arraigned today. but it is likely defense attorneys will ask for a delay. james holmes is accused of opening fire in a colorado theater last july killing 12 people and injuring 70. >
. steve brown reports. >> reporter: this flu season is a bad one. >> we are absolutelseeing an increase in number of people coming in with flu like symptoms cough, fever, chills fatigue. >> reporter: it started easy, 27 fold increase in confirmed cases than the same time last season. cdc says 41 states have widespread outbreaks many of them a new mutation. >> the strain is more viralent than some others. >> reporter: that is happening so much in illinois, monday, 11 hospitals had times waiting from 4 to 12 hours stopped taking nonemergency patients because of the influx of flu patients in boston the flu outbreak prompted officials to declare a public health emergency. >> significant rates of hospitalization, more serious than the last two years. >> reporter: near philadelphia, one hospital has a triage tent outside to treat patients with flu symptoms. tamiflu is in high demand and short supply in parts of texas. your best defense, roll up your sleeve. >> vaccine is a good vaccine it does match well to the flu types in the community. >> reporter: given the strength and speed of transmiss
steve as well about your deep knowledge of afghanistan and pakistan and the other bordering states. >> this is one that has taken a back burner. we are not that far removed from the election. the election was about by and large nothing more than the economy and which side could do it better. as a result almost every other issue gets pushed to the side, but we have, you know -- there are realtime tables in place in afghanistan about what we have pledged to do, what we will do. you talk about chuck hagel. what chuck hagel's role in all of that, if et wants to be secretary of defense. it's a complicated issue, and it's more complicated politically, andrea, simply because the american public -- this happened in iraq. it's clearly happening in afghanistan. the american public has tired of our involvement in these conflicts. this is not something new. this is something that has been long and coming. if you look at the history in polling at least of when that happens, public opinion almost never sort of sways back up to all of a sudden be supportive and think this was a battle worth fight
house by tuesday. steve handelsman joins us live from capitol hill with more on the panel discussions today. steve? >> recommendations that the nra is almost certain to oppose, maybe in their entirety. it's still a very powerful organization here on capitol hill. the question is, has it lost any power or influence or maybe gained it in the way of the massacres in all erroro, at the school in connecticut and today's shotgun killing in california that left a student wounded. another s.w.a.t. team at a school, another shooting incident. the images hit the networks as vice president said he'll send to president obama on tuesday a proposal to change u.s. gun laws. >> diminish the probability that what we've seen will okur, and diminish the probability that our children are at risk in their schools. >> reporter: the nra is expected to recommend a -- and large-capacity clips, and setting up a stronger background check system. no exceptions for gun shows and the internet market, where 40% of guns get sold in and out without any check to stop sales to criminals or the mentally ill. a mass shoo
is also expressing opposition to the ideas. steve handlesman has more on what they are talking about today. steve? >> the nra didn't like the way it went, but a big question is how powerful and influential is the nra here on capitol hill? and the answer might be still plenty powerful, despite the massacre in connecticut and today's shotgun shooting in california which left a student wounded. another s.w.a.t. team at a school. another shooting incident. the images from near bakersfield, california hit networks as vice president biden said he'll send to president obama on tuesday a proposal to change u.s. gun laws. >> diminish the probability that what we've seen will okur and diminish the probability that our children are at risk in their schools. >> reporter: biden who met with hunting groups today and the nra, is expected to recommend a new ban on assault weapons and large-capacity clips. and setting up a stronger background check sim. no exceptions for gun shows and the internet market where 40% of guns get sold in and out without any check to stop sales to criminals or the mentally ill.
're totally in an uncertain place. >> reporter: steve charles is cofounder of this company in mclean. >> we actually are growing. we've expanded. we have continued to grow. but if there is a shutdown that would be an abrupt stop. >> reporter: could people lose their jobs? >> absolutely. certain contractors have contracts that expire in this february, march, april time frame. and the government will not be in a position to award new contracts. >> reporter: and given the recent congressional track record -- >> we really have no choice but to prepare for the worst. >> reporter: not bad advice for any concern that does business with the federal government. the uncertainty has businesses putting expansion, development, new hiring on hold. now, all congress has to do to stop the uncertainty is to face these three coming debates and agree on solutions to each of them. and if recent past is prologue, derek, you know what's coming. >> nothing good, gary. thank you so much. >>> well, eight months after former nfl star junior seau killed himself we are learning that he did indeed suffer from degenerat
realities of that that i understand pretty well. >> i bet you do. >> steve schmitt made an interesting point with rachel maddow saying we tend to think of this as a partisan issue. it's more of a regional issue. we show regional ownership of guns by region. do you think that these new groups that come up, mayor bloomberg's group and gabby giffords and mark kelly's group, over the long-term that they can shift the political calculus and shift that cultural dynamic that is in play right now? >> first of all, it's not just a regional thing. it's by party as well. if you look at polling on guns and possession of guns and types of weapons and so forth, republicans are strongly in favor of being extremely cautious about imposing any new restrictions. democrats are pretty strongly in favor. independents are split right down the middle. again that's something that democrats have to be concerned about. i don't claim to be steeped in the gun culture, but i worked in kentucky for years and i know the state and the people there and they rightly care about their guns not only for constitutional reasons,
support for stricter gun laws. steve handlesman is on capitol hill where biden faces a tougher sell. steve? >> reporter: hi doreen, thanks. politically here on the hill, this is going to be a tough one for democrats and the white house.
provoke a major battle. i'm steve handlesman, news4. >> thanks, steve. >>> dr. james andrews says that knee surgery on robert griffin the third was a success. dan hellie with more. dan? >> a fully recovery is expected. after performing five-hour surgery on the right knee of robert griffin iii, dr. andrews released the following statement. griffin is expected to remain in florida, where he will start his rehab. the first six to eight weeks considered crucial determining how long his recovery will take. depending what doctors talk to the recovery time anywhere from six to 12 months. rg3 did post this message on twitter prior to surgery. in sports, player reaction and guys got their take on what they think about rg3s potential return. >>> at 6:30, pat collins with taking the pulse of redskins nation on the surgery on rg3s knee. >>> a developing story out of prince georges county tonight a 19-year-old day care employee is facing child abuse charges after a witness captured an incident on video. on monday, coupling was charged with child abuse and assault. he has admitted to kicking a
shows. joining us is the president of strategies and steve hayes are, for a fair and balanced debate. john rockerts pointed out, there are no fewer than 10 bills under consideration in the house of representatives right now to oppose some sort of new gun control from limiting the size of clips to resurrecting the assault ban. a working group led by vice-president biden is proposing these. let's look at what the washington post rer reports, a working group led by vice-president biden is considering measures that would require universal background checks for firearms buyers, track the movement and sale of weapons through a national database, strengthen mental health checks and stricter penalties for carrying guns near schools or giving them to minors. would that help? >> some of them will. i think some of them won't. i think the fact of the matter is -- let me state clearly where i am coming from, someone who lived in a home with a man who should not have guns and lived through the incident of someone trying to kill somebody and married to a former nra board member. so vicome to this f
room, given the overflow, already, of flu patients. steve brown joins us live from chicago with more, steve? >> reporter: yeah, on monday we had 11 different hospitals in illinois, megyn, get put on bypass, means essentially all nonemergency cases deemed for a period of time not to go to this particular hospital and ambulance companies and emt's are alerted to that. those bypass last between four and 12 hours each, but this is an intermittent sort of situation that happens about 14 times a year, generally speaking, to hospitals, but it's happened to an awful lot of them all at once now and a lot of that is attributed to the flu. does that mean that if someone has the flu, cough, cold, a bad case they should go to the e.r. or check into the hospital? no, say doctors, unless it's coupled with something else. >> the best thing is, except for those that are young, healthy, not having other symptoms, not having any respiratory difficulties or not getting dehydrated, vomiting, uncontrolled, lightheadedness, and treat yourself with aggressive hydration, rest. >> reporter: now, the largest
. steve king introduced a bill in 2011 to clarify, in his words, the 14th amendment. the amendment grants citizenship to anyone born -- it was written after the civil war for african-americans obviously. well, king argued it was not meant to include babies of illegal immigrants. take a look. >> anchor babies are babies that are born in the united states to an illegal mother, and the practice over the years has been to grant automatic citizenship to babies born on u.s. soil. they sneak into the united states, many of them, for the purposes of having the baby. they get the little birth certificate with their little feet prints on there, and then they stay here or go back to their home country and wait until that child comes of age, and then that child, they use that child to apply to bring in the family, the nuclear family, then the extended family. and it's out of control. >> you might expect something like that from the man who questioned whether barack obama's mom might have sent his birth announcement by telegram from kenya. king is at it again with anchor babies. introduced a new bill
with steve largen. and a little curve ball, chris hansen. you know him from to catch a predator. >> you never want to be featured on that show like ever. >> nfl hall of famer and a guy who is in maryland's basketball game. >> if you ever see chris hansen coming up your steps, don't answer the door. >> i'm running for cover. guys, thank you very much . good luck with the show. we appreciate your time this morning. >> thank you. and thank you, pal. we'll have you on some time. >> sure. i'll talk about my old days at jackson state university. very short conversation. see you, guys. >> all right. confused by your taxes? the irs understands why. what it's calling for straight ahead. >> checking up so you don't bottom out. the new rules that lenders will have to play by when approving you for a mortgage. >> attention grabbing handwriting may be the least of his worries right now. he needs senate. doug luzader has a look at the president's cabinet changes when we come back. it's 9:12.   (woman) 3 days of walking to give a break cancer survivor a
them, and let me introduce them briefly. steve gluckstern, raise your hand, steve, steve is the chairman of mortgage resolution partners, a firm that has developed a proposal to reduce mortgage principal using eminent domain and in discussions with municipal governments across the country. steve co-founded alternative asset management firms as met trust company and capital z partners as well as center reinsurance. congressman brad miller is a recently-retired representative from north carolina's 13th district. during his five terms as the house -- excuse me, during his five terms in the house, congressman miller served as a leading champion for consumers in the fight against predatory mortgage lending and bad servicing practices. tom deutsch, there, is the executive director of the american securitization forum, an association for investors, issuers and other stakeholders in the securities industry that has opposed the call for using eminent domain for mortgages. previously, tom was an associate at wickersham and taft llt and at mckee nelson llp where he worked on residen
in the united states. host: joe from georgia. caller: i love c-span. we have three taxpayer champions. steve more is a good friend of mine. he was talking to john boehner. he said the president said we didn't have a spending problem. i was amazed at that. we get congressmen collins yesterday to talk about cutting the spending. we have a spending problem. your comments and what the president said about a spending problem. i think steve moore is a great champion. guest: i didn't hear anybody say anything to anybody else. spending is at an all-time high. we have a spending in relation to a revenue problem. we have to take a look long term. if the people in charge of the social security system say this is not sustainable over long period of time, that spending challenge -- how do you pay for those promises? there is that part. when the deficit go up as much as they have gone up -- we're still struggling with an unemployment rate that is just below 8%. if it was 5%, things will look different. we have an imbalance on spending and revenue. part of growth is having a competitive jobs climate. that
by representative steve stockman to do away with the gun-free school zones. >> and you'd be happy with that, if every school suddenly had people running around with guns, right? >> you're a good guesser. yes, sir. >> where are they going to put them? >> well, when people carry a concealed firearm, one doesn't exactly know for sure. and the element of surprise remains with the person carrying concealed, which means that somebody contemplating doing something horrible doesn't know which person or persons might be able to arrest him -- to stop him. and that's why our jurisdictions that have easy access to concealed carry firearms enjoy lower murder rates than, say, the gun control mecca of chicago which does better than one murder a day. >> let me end by asking you one more question. i think people watching will be curious. you're a very experienced man in your field. you've run your operation for a long time. people take you seriously. you're a leading member of the gun rights lobby. and people believe what you say. i'm going to give you one more chance before we finish to say again how many
seven times longer than the victims of katrina waited for federal aid. >> above politics. steve sweeney, a democrat, blasted christie recently saying -- i guess he prayed a lot and got lucky a storm came. i know you apologized for that comment, but do you stand by your sentiment that the governor has been using the storm for his own gain? >> not for political gain, but to hide his record in new jersey. he said i'm going to wipe the slate clean now because of the storm. before the storm hit, we had 9.6% unemployment. we had the second highest foreclosure rate in the nation behind florida. our poverty rate has increased 3%. you don't get to wipe the slate clean, governor and quite honestly, if this is your jobs package, it's not a good jobs package. the governor wants to paint a different state than what's going on. >> one thing i have to ask you about this is post crisis bumps happen. as distasteful as it may be, they do happen. it happened to rudy giuliani after 9/11 and president bush. to president obama after superstorm sandy, too. right? maybe the reality of it is good leaders shine
to castro and his perspective on it. we have congressman steve cohen on the show. he's going to talk about gun control. and then you know now alex jones jones, he attacked the "the young turks." >> jennifer: i hope you have invited him on. >> cenk: we have. we'll see how that turns out. >> jennifer: i could not believe that a man who is allowed to have weapons if you saw that particular explosion. i felt sorry for poor pierce morgan. on your show, the issue of gun control, you're going to be talking about it, but do you think, cenk, you, that we can actually stoke congress to do something? do you have confidence that we might be able to shame them? >> cenk: you know, it's really interesting. we talked to congressman yarmouth on the show, and he thinks we can get it done. but congressman cohen is more skeptical. every day that goes by we get further away from bogey able to do it. i have to give the obama administration credit, they're considering really strong proposals. i'm hopeful. >> jennifer: cheng uygur hopeful on gun safety measures, i'm feeling good about it. that's all i can say. w
that flu shot is closing fast. in chicago, steve brown, fox news. >> myfoxdc.com has complete coverage on the flu from facts about the illness and answers to some of those common questions. even a flu vaccine finder. it is all under web links. >>> robert griffin iii is recovering from his knee surgery in florida and is expected to stay there so he can be monitored to begin his rehabilitation process. he had his torn lcl repaired and a redo of his previous acl reconstruction. operation lasted about five hours. the estimated recovery time is six to eight months. griffin is hoping to return in time for the start of the next season. >>> coming up next, super skinny models are nothing new in the modeling world. one country is stepping in to keep its high fashion faces healthy. >>> also ahead, early detect is key to fighting breast cancer. now, one company is hoping to help with a new bra. very interesting story coming up.  >>> we are back with a possible medical breakthrough. a nevada company has developed a new screening tool that they say is noninvasive and ver
and steve and karen in the library. it's a great team working here. and no historian can do this kind of work without the preliminary work the library does for the pics are very grateful to all of them. to get back to the system, caroline mentioned the desk, as you do, and she mentioned playing in the desk. and it was exactly in the knee hole, the space underneath the desk that one microphone was close to our chief sources, oral history by secret service agent, robert, 1970 7a while later described where he had put the mic, and that's pretty much our only source. >> if i could interrupt, that agent had a particular specialty in the secret service. that makes his choice of this assignment interesting. >> his job was to protect president kenny from electronic surveillance, so he was trying -- [laughter] -- the outside world from listening in, but he was asked to help president kennedy listen in on its own conversation. >> so it was 22 years before 1984. >> so one mic was in a hole of the famous desk. another mic was over on a coffee filter in the cabinet room not far from the oval offic
've continued to go through these months. but if there's a shutdown, that would be an abrupt stop. >> steve charles cofounded contractor the group and he says there would be layoffs if the government isn't in a position to re-up contracts or award new ones in the next few months. other defense companies instituted hiring freezes while they wait to see what happens. >>> its is 5:35. time for another your money report now. >> and jessica doyle is back with a look at the local economic future. >> that's right. that's right. well remember when it was easy to find a job and you could sell your house with relative ease? the hard part was actually bidding on a new house. it hasn't been like in a really long time. we've gotten used to the new normal economy that's slowly mugging along and really don't expect the new normal to go away anytime soon. a new forecast is out from the centers for regional analysis at george mason university and it predicts the washington area economy has two more tough years ahead. very little improvement in economic growth expected this year and when it does start to pic
to support him as defense secretary. >> leak steve said, i'm also looking forward to the confirmation process. that will help us get a much better sense of where chuck hagel's values are, where he's willing to put his shoulder behind the wheel. and it's really encouraging to hear that he's made promises around open service for lgbt service members, around women's issues. the problem is, we just haven't seen any evidence of that. so while steve and a lot of the others can say, i've talked to hagel. he's indicated that support, he shook my hand. he's a nice guy. that's great. i actually want to see real concrete promises from him that will not only is he going to enforce the law as it stands, but actually take it further and make sure that the u.s. armed services is a place of inclusion, is a place of equality, is a place of fairness. and the aim for civil service that he will also manage as part of it his responsibilities as secretary of defense. so i'm just looking for much more concrete evidence of that support. >> heather kroen, thank you very much for joining us. stephen clemens, thanks fo
. [ male announcer ] adt. always there. >> alisyn: are you going to be purchase ago dog today? >> steve: no, but perhaps i should get some mouth wash. [ laughter ] those are beautiful. we'll talk to lisa peterson from the akc in the after the show show. eric and ali. >> alisyn: see you tomorrow on "fox & friends". aren't we on this flu. fox news alert on a friday, everybody. chances are you know someone affected by this nasty wave of flu. the government calls it the outfrak -- outbreak a classic epidemic. we're waiting from the centers for disease control. martha: good morning, everybody. i'm martha maccallum. this is the story. the flu is spreading across much of the country. 41 states reported high numbers of infection. look at that spreading all over the place. massachusetts is one of the hardest hit areas. boston, one of the nation's largest cities. it is a big concern. bill: the vaccine supply already said to be running low. jonathan serrie live in atlanta where the cdc is head qaur ird. -- headquartered. is that the term, jonathan. >> reporter: cdc is staying away from epidemic. the f
the u.s., to help control them. steve osunsami has more. good morning. >> reporter: wildlife officials tell us the problem just isn't in the everglades. they found these snakes in parks, in people's homes. and they're hoping this hunt will help. florida authorities are desperate to get rid of these snakes, calling this a snake hunting mission. no experience necessary. no licensed needed. just a gun or a knife. by some estimates, nearly 150,000 pythons are living in the everglades alone. but the snakes haven't stopped there. >> they're starting to come back into civilization, looking for easy food, our pets. that's what they're feeding on. cats, small dogs. >> reporter: state wrangler scott mullen says families are finding them in parks, high grass and even backyards. and he's been busy making house calls. >> when people call about a python, it's a different sound on the phone. you can hear it in their voice. they're very excited. very nervous. >> reporter: pythons are native to southeast asia. but experts think that residents who couldn't handle them as pets set them loose. last year,
. host: this next caller is steve in missouri. caller: the slide that showed just a moment ago represents the state of our country. if you really look at it, we are losing the group that was the most self-reliant in this country. and the other folks are becoming more and more dependent upon government. the other comment i would like to make is that if we would change the programs so that politicians actually had to rely on these programs as well as the rest of the country, maybe there would be some motivation to change the programs. guest: that is an interesting point. the silent generation, has some of them call them, those folks who are pre-baby boom, but post- .reatest generation projec a lot of them came of age in the truman and eisenhower years. it is a generation that has been a bit more skeptical of government all along. they have never been terribly supportive of the government is expanding and taking on a bigger role. not so much as the generation that preceded them, who came out of the new deal era and world war ii and sought a much more powerful role for government in our socie
steve katz. why do you support that the county don't ought to be giving this information to the press? >> i think that what the journal news has done is so irresponsible. we've seen it already in westchester and in rockland, you've got, for example, a woman who is in my district called up, she has been plagued by a stalker for years. she moved for two years, she was safe, hasn't heard a thing. after this list was published, two days later she received a hundred phone calls that were hangups. that's horrifying. and so, that's just one example what we're hearing in rockland county, you're hearing about law enforcement agencies and corrections officers who the inmates are telling them that we now know where you live. >> let's just be honest, the journal news didn't do this in order to enhance public safety, this was an editorial of sorts designed to make the point that gps are scary and legal gun ownership is a threat to our safety? >> worse than that they basically made a dream map for perpetrators, for criminals, for stalkers. this is an interactive map that shows where they live. you
. steve hernandez, father of victim rebecca wingo, blurted out, "rot in hell, holmes," as the defendant was leaving the courtroom. other family members in the courtroom said they understand his reaction. >> i didn't think he was going to say something like that, just like -- i didn't know exactly what the outburst was, i thought a scream or crying. what i found out it was, "rot in hell, james holmes," i was surprised. >> reporter: is it hard to hold your tongue during these procedures? >> me personally no. i do not want to get in trouble. he could have gotten in a lot of trouble for what he did today. he had his daughter die. >> reporter: the judge ruled that holmes can stand trial in the case. he will officially be arraigned and expected to enter a plea in march. jim spellman, cnn, centennial, colorado. >>> alan rose is competing to become -- allen rose is competing to become miss america. win or lose, she's decided to undergoing g a preventive double mass tech tom at the pageant at the urge of her fathers. her mother, grandmother, and aunt died of the disease. although she is young an
tv. we will have to move on to steve in northampton, pa., on the independent line. caller: i have been working since i was 18, and i am now 50. every year since then everything with the health insurance has been pretty good for me and my family. but what i do not understand is what the health-care mandates and insurance companies receiving, which is essentially a tax from each individual in the country, to offset other cost for insurance companies, and i know the insurance companies to a lot of experimentation and stuff like that for future cures, and they do spend the money in those areas, but what i am concerned about is our government has not shown the bill to the people in fall of what exactly the expenses are going into the future. up in canada i know for a fact that if i was in an accident some more or had a fishing accident, and i was from out of the country, they would treat me first. i know for a fact that through the government health care of their, their tax system is believe each family's budget dry. they have a waiting period sometimes where you could be in the hospit
interviewed her and how valuable it was steve. >> guest: it was very valuable. i think i had three interviews with her. she came to work from lyndon johnson in 1962 when i believed she was 19 years old. she was a secretary who was very close to johnson. by that i mean they trusted her a lot. they trusted her discretion. she was immensely helpful to me because she was a good observer. you know, to me i don't care how handsome you are. all he cares can you tell me what he looked like? i'm constantly asking johnson people, what would i see? she was in right after. she was in dallas. she's on the plane. she actually types the oath, which has given her sometimes think she's had enough to really make you cry. she describes the famous quote a little here, i don't have the book. johnson has telephoned robert kennedy to ask him, should he be sworn in dallas and to get the oath. kennedy is apparently on a patch telephone line with nicholas katzenbach, the deputy attorney. c-span: describer robert kennedy was when he first learned about his brother being shot. >> guest: robert kennedy is sitting by thei
, but it is not absolute. -- confluence of interest, but it is not absolute. host: steve, republican collar. caller: i would like to know what countries have recently gone oil contracts over this whole thing. -- recently gotten oil contracts over this whole thing. guest: there is not a lot of oil in afghanistan. there are huge mineral rights, which have been purchased to great extent by china. the oil in iraq has been purchased by a number of countries. they have purchased the rights to extract and sell that oil. the iraqi industries on an upswing right now, and it is one of the reasons that the world prices have stabilized, and some suspect may even go down. the united states did not do a particularly good job of getting its share of that business for a number of reasons. and certainly, in afghanistan, the united states is not benefiting economically from the investment is making. it is likely that china will be the beneficiary long term of the u.s. affected afghanistan if afghanistan does stabilize because of the mineral resources there. for those who suspect that we conduct wars for economic intere
happens. >> stephanie: exactly. steve doocy fox and friends. >> you have the main stream media beating the drum all day long about how the republican-lead house -- >> the senate does nothing. >> yeah you never hear about how they haven't passed a budget in three and a half years something like that. it's all about those darn republicans in the house versus the president of the united states. >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> oh good grief. >> what was the point of that? >> stephanie: that it's the democrats in the senate that are obstructionists? [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> they filibustered more than any other senate in the history of the senate. >> but doocy conveniently forgot that. >> it was more of fox and friends attempt to try to make their audience feel like they are getting what they came there for. there is a liberal bias and only fox is going to give them the truth. they should keep the relationship going. you can ask sean hannity what happens when you lie to your audience. >> stephanie: yes. >> by the way mitt romney why isn't he singing the national anthem? >> st
to a nurse. go ahead, steve. caller: i think the mandatory vaccine is ridiculous, forcing employees to do that. the vaccine has heavy metals, mercury. a lot of people don't know that. another thing that most people don't understand is all these flu shot are doing is causing viruses mutate quicker than what they would normally do. viruses mutate very fast wears bacteria does not. by pumping yourself with artificial vaccines, which only protect you against six strains to eight strains and there's over 250 strains out there, you're not really accomplishing anything. if you have to help the immune system, i suggest not getting them. i have never had the flu in 12 years and have never taken a flu shot. it's ridiculous. people need to research and figure this stuff out and quit believing what everybody's telling them. host: do you belong to a union? caller: i do not. host: do you have union representation at your facility? caller: i really don't know, because i don't work at a hospital anymore. i do home health care. i just researched this stuff today because i refuse to believe what people tel
that the freshman congressman, steve stockman of texas, said he was actually going to proceed in that course. whats the administrations reaction -- >> the position the president continues to have on the commission that he created was that it provided a very important framework to move forward on deficit reduction. i dont know -- i trust your reporting about the interest of some house republicans in putting that forward. id be interested to hear what chairman ryan has to say about it since he sat on the simpson-bowles commission, as did i believe other house republicans, and they all voted no. so it is important to remember -- and i think a lot of people when they talk about the commission that the president set up, that that commission called for significantly higher revenues than the president has called for and significantly deeper defense cuts than the president called for; and, actually, in the first 10 years, fewer savings from entitlement programs than the president has called for. so when you get into the details of it, you have to wonder whether or not support from republicans would really
for best picture. deadline.com's steve hammond points to a handful of contenders. >> "les miserables" is certain to be nominated. "argo" and "zero dark thirty" will be nominated. >> jennifer lawrence, bradley cooper and robert de niro, has endured an oscar dry spell. >> robert de niro has not been nominated for 21 years. >> among the possible nominees, one movie stands out as a question mark. what will oscar voters make of quinton tarantino's "django unchained" >> it could get a ton of nominations or virtually nothing. it's either or. >> reporter: critics have not been silent. some of them accusing tarantino of travelizing slavery. >> it's such a box office hit that could only hurt. >> reporter: the controversy should make for a suspenseful oscar nomination announcement. >>> and that announcement will come in just a few hours. we'll have it live here on cnn in a special we're calling "the nomination" this morning. that starts at 8:00. soledad and a.j. hammer will be in new york. i'll be here in los angeles. we'll have the oscar nominations live. now, we talked about best picture. you
, but it is not absolute. host: steve, republican caller. caller: i would like to know what countries have recently gotten oil contracts over this whole thing. guest: there is not a lot of oil in afghanistan. there are huge mineral rights, which have been purchased to great extent by china. the oil in iraq has been purchased by a number of countries. they have purchased the rights to extract and sell that oil. the iraqi industries on an upswing right now, and it is one of the reasons that the world prices have stabilized, and some suspect may even go down. the united states did not do a particularly good job of getting its share of that business for a number of reasons. and certainly, in afghanistan, the united states is not benefiting economically from the investment is making. it is likely that china will be the beneficiary long term of the u.s. affected afghanistan if afghanistan does stabilize because of the mineral resources there. for those who suspect that we conduct wars for economic interests, we're not that good. it did not turn out that way. host: next caller, you are on the air. caller: i woul
this send? joining me is stephan crew der. steve at the bottom of this is a lot of sad kids growing up without a dad. >> yeah. that's right. you are absolutely right. these people on the show would of course well they are growing up with a dad. not the traditional form of dad. i love the way you over enunciated shawte low. show is carlos walker. here is the real deal here. the feminization of men which has resulted in the degradation of men which we have seen here in 21st century america. this guy needs to make better decisions. now, oxygen says they are not encouraging this kind of behavior. but i certainly haven't seen them condemn it. you know why? that would require them use the j word judgment. we're not allowed to do that men as you grow up to be men, you are no longer boys you need to start judging. you need to start judging the people around you. need to start judging the situations around you and you need to start judging your own horrible crappy decisions just like shoty low. we are not allowed to do that because that could result in hurt feelings and politically incorrect. i
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